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He says if they don't come together, William Ruto who is their greatest opponent will beat them easily and win the throne in 2022.
Their are issues currently in the NASA Coalition as the Principals differ on the grounds of mistrust and sharing of resources.
Raila Odinga has however urged NASA Leaders to put their differences aside and come together to work against William Ruto in a bid to seek power in 2022.
Raila's opinion comes a time when some NASA principals such Kalonzo Musyoka and Musalia Mudavadi have asserted that they will be going for the top seat come 2022.
If NASA leaders go by Raila's call of unity ahead of 2022, they may have a better chance of beating William Ruto as they will have a good support from various parts of Kenya.
If they decided to go in different ways, William Ruto may easily go ahead of them and win power early in the morning.
This is because William Ruto also have a good number of supporters in this country and he also have good chances of assuming presidency in 2022.
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